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FIU researcher Rolando Santos examines baited remote underwater video to study fish in newly opened Joe Bay.

Scientists study portion of Everglades closed to people for decades

After nearly 40 years of being closed off to the public, visitors to Everglades National Park can now explore Joe […]

Natural oyster bed as seen at low tide in the Lynhaven Inlet off the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach, Va.

Oysters hold secrets to Chesapeake Bay’s past

People began to negatively impact the water quality of the Chesapeake Bay earlier than previously thought, a new study finds. […]

Digital media professor among ‘New Generation of Dreamers of South Florida’

Digital media professor among ‘New Generation of Dreamers of South Florida’

  By Camila Fernandez The Miami Times recently recognized School of Communication and Journalism (SCJ) professor, author and activist Moses […]

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Alumna to appear on Netflix show ‘Dear White People’

Alumna to appear on Netflix show ‘Dear White People’

Alumna Crystal-Lee Naomi will appear in an episode of the new Netflix series “Dear White People,” which premiers April 28. […]

Undergrad research introduces students to the life sciences

Undergrad research introduces students to the life sciences

Earlier this month, more than 200 life sciences undergraduate faculty members and students from all across southern Florida judged or […]

FIU celebrates Maya Angelou’s legacy, brings together Little Haiti community

FIU celebrates Maya Angelou’s legacy, brings together Little Haiti community

Brave. That is the word used to describe women like Carlotta Walls LaNier and Maya Angelou whose courage and resilience […]

Josue D. Sakata graduated from FIU in 1998 with a degree in print journalism.

Alumnus helps Boston schools adopt a new world map

  Boston Public Schools recently made headlines around the globe by introducing a different style of map, called the Gall-Peters […]

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‘We showed DeVos the accomplishments of public academic institutions’

‘We showed DeVos the accomplishments of public academic institutions’

President Mark B. Rosenberg wrote the following op-ed in the Miami Herald on April 17. Rosenberg reflects on Secretary of Education Betsy […]

FIU Theatre major wins national scenic design award

FIU Theatre major wins national scenic design award

By Ivan Lopez FIU Theatre design senior Mario Alonso will be honored with the national award for Outstanding Scenic Design at […]

My internship with PortMiami

My internship with PortMiami

Name: Nimrod Simeon Major: International business Where you interned: I did my internship at PortMiami. I was working with the cargo and […]

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Drop-In Series: Take this class to become a playwright

Drop-In Series: Take this class to become a playwright

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a playwright? You may think it’s the stuff of Shakespeare, complete with quill, […]

Asia Eaton, assistant professor of psychology

Psychology professor helps Marine Corps tackle culture change after social media porn scandal

Known for their bravery and sacrifice, Marines are usually among the first people sent to battle. Recently, however, the U.S. […]

Seagrasses at World Heritage Site still suffer from heat wave

Seagrasses at World Heritage Site still suffer from heat wave

Massive seagrass beds in Western Australia’s Shark Bay have showed little recovery from a devastating 2011 heat wave, according to a […]

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StartUP FIU launches food business incubator

StartUP FIU launches food business incubator

  StartUP FIU, the university-wide initiative in innovation and entrepreneurship at FIU, has announced the opening of its second program: […]

FIU Theatre senior awarded Kennedy Center Fellowship

FIU Theatre senior awarded Kennedy Center Fellowship

  By Ivan Lopez Four years ago, Luisa Rodriguez walked into Professor Tony Galaska’s office to interview for the theatre […]